Saddam has been sentenced to death after being found guilty of crimes to humanity.
As the sentence will be appealed automatically, it will be reviewed to appeal judges to decide whether or not to accept the appeal. And if the appeal is rejected, then Saddam will be executed by hanging within 30 days, as the law says.
Saddam protested on the sentence, as he requested to be executed by a firing squad because he still claims to be the president of
Dream on dude, you are so dead anyway.
The curtains went down on the play of Saddam’s trial as the 2006 mid term elections are just a couple of days to come. In these elections Americans will elect all 435 members of the House of Representatives as well as one third of the Senate’s members. In addition, 36 states will elect their governors. These elections should greatly affect the
The imprudent administration of the
policy has made the world a more dangerous place and President George Bush is among the leaders who pose the greatest threat to peace, four new polls suggest. United States
The polls were conducted ahead of Tuesday's
U.S.mid-term elections, which many expect to hinge on the issue of the war. Iraq
A majority of people surveyed in three out of four countries rejected the 2003 U.S.-led invasion of
The polls were conducted by EKOS for the Toronto Star and
Montreal's La Presse in Canada, and by other polling firms for newspapers in Britain, Mexicoand . Israel
The survey suggests 62 per cent of Canadian respondents believe Bush has made the world less safe since he became president in 2001. The poll also indicates 34 per cent of Canadians felt Bush is a "great danger" to the world.
Canadians declared the American president the world's third most dangerous leader, behind
's Kim Jong Il. Top spot went to al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden. North Korea
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was fourth, while Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah was fifth.
The most pessimistic responses came from
, where 69 per cent of people said American foreign policy has made the world less safe since 2001. Britain
In fact, British respondents said Bush poses an even greater danger than Kim Jong Il.
"I think the primary issue that's driving public opinion about Bush in this country is the mess in
right now," CTV's London Bureau Chief Tom Kennedy said Friday on Newsnet. Iraq
"This country never really supported the war, in spite of the fact that British Prime Minister Tony Blair tied himself to Bush and participated in the war in
. And I think that's really dragged down public opinion about George Bush and I think, as well, about Tony Blair." Iraq
Canadians, meanwhile, have overwhelmingly soured on the
U.S.invasion of Iraq, the poll suggests, with 73 per cent saying had no justification for it. When EKOS asked Canadians the same question in April 2003 after the Washington invasion, 53 per cent thought it was unjustified. U.S.
Israelwas the only country where respondents were in favour of the U.S.invasion of -- with 59 per cent for the war and 34 per cent against. Only 23 per cent of Israelis said they felt Bush was a serious danger, with 61 percent disagreeing. Iraq
The survey was conducted in late October and involved about 1,000 people from each country. The results are considered accurate within 3.1 percentage points, 19 times out of 20.
The Bush administration cannot hide their fears from these elections. Experts add to that that these elections could result in Divided US government, which should affect the US foreign policy and have serious implications on Bush’s agenda (link).
The people of the